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ties, and her unending effort to make King a better school, 
we take pleasure In dedicating this the 1956 King Eagle to 

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MR. C. M. FELTS 
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MR. R. M. GREEN 
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HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY 



O. T. NEAL 
Guilford College 



JO EDWARDS 
Wake Forest College 



MITCHELL FOWLER 
Appalachian State Teacher's College 

JAMES UNDERWOOD 
University of N. C. 



VIRGINIA F. PATTERSON 
Woman's College of U. N. C. 



SAMMY LAWS ON 
Appalachian State Teacher's College 

SAM FURCHES 
N. C. State College 

MARIE HAYNES 
Lincoln Memorial University 

C. M. FELTS 

Emory & Henry College 

Columbia University 

Duke University 

CHARLES DRIVER 
Appalachian State Teacher's College 



VIOLA TUTTLE 
Guilford College 



MARGUERITE GENTRY 
Guilford College 





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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

GERALDINE NORTH President 

BILLY JOE BOLES Vice-President 

HELEN WALL Recording Secretary 

BARBARA SMITH Corresponding Secretary 

SHELBY ANN BENNETT Treasurer 

JEAN W. HALL Reporter 

MASCOTS 



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LEONA SMITH 



BARTON KEIGER 



PHYLLIS ASBURY 




Class of 1956 




REX BAKER 



SHELBY JEAN BENNETT 




JIMMY BEASLEY 



BILLY JOE BOLES 



SHELBY ANN BENNETT 



DONALD GRAY BOYLES 




Class of 1956 




DONALD BOYLES 



BERNICE BURROW 



RICHARD BOOZE 



KAY CARROLL 



HAROLD BROWDER 



TEDDY CLANTON 




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Class of 1956 




MAX COVINGTON 



JIMMY EAST 



LEON CRADDOCK 



WAYNE EDWARDS 




BILLY RAY DODSON 



BLAINE FERGUSON 




Class of 1956 




LAINE FERGUSON 



JEAN W. HALL 



ROYCE FLYNT 



JO ANN HAMPTON 




NORMAN FULK 



DORIS HILL 




Class of 1956 




TERRY HUTCHINS 



LUTHER LAWSON 



JAY LEE JOHNSON 



KAY LONG 



EVERETT KISER 



KAY McGEE 




Class of 1956 




RUTH NEWSOME 



JIM ROBERTSON 



GERALDINE NORTH 



BARBARA ANN SMITH 



FRANK ROBERTSON 



BARBARA SMITH 




Class of 1956 




JIMMY SMITH 



GLORIA TUTTLE 



JOHN SMITH 



HAROLD TUTTLE 



IRIS SOUTHERN 



JOHN D. TUTTLE 




Class of 1956 




NELLIE TUTTLE 



JIMMY WATTS 



RALPH VOSS 



RICHARD WESTMORELAND 



HELEN WALL 



BONNIE WILSON 




SENIOR STATISTICS 



PHYLLIS LAYRENA ASBURY 

"You cannot judge a book by its cover. " 

4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Y-Teen 2; Glee Club 1; Business Club 

4; Senior Play 4. 

REX BAKER 
"Leave silence to the saints. I am but HUMAN. " 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; Closs President 3; De- 
bating Club 1; Literary Club 2; Tool Ident. Contest 3; Bus 
Captain 3; 4-H Club 1,2; Senior Ploy 4. 

JIMMY BEASLEY 
"The birds can fly, why can't I?" 
F.F.A. 1,2; Monogram Club 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Bas- 
ketball Co-Captain 3,4; All-County 3; Baseball 1,2; Senior 
Play 4. 

SHELBY ANN BENNETT 

"A boy is, of all wild beasts, the most difficult to manage. " 

Glee Ciub 1,2,3,4; Business Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1; F.H.A. 

1; Class Treasurer 4. 



JIMMY EAST 
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. " 
Bus Captain 3; F.F.A. 1. 

WAYNE EDWARDS 

"Wealth without work." 

Basketball Manager 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2, 

3,4; Circulation Manager of Annual 4; Baseball 3,4; Junior 

Varsity 3,4; Bus Captain 3,4; Senior Play 4. 

BLAINE FERGUSON 

"With HER I'm satisfied." 

F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Junior 

Varsity 1,2,3; Substitute Bus Driver 3,4; Glee Club 4. 

LAINE FERGUSON 

"Can't win for losing. " 
F.F.A. 1,3,4, President 4; Business Club 3; Junior Varsity 
1, 2; Basketball 3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3, 
Treasurer 3; Substitute Bus Driver 3; Bus Driver 4; Annual 

Staff 4; Senior Play 4. 



SHELBY JEAN BENNETT 

"Love many, trust few. " 

F. H. A. 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 4; Business Cub 2,4; 4-H 

Club 1; Substitute Bus Driver 3,4. 



ROYCE FLYNT 
"A woman is only a woman, but a good cigar is a smoke. " 
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Club 2,3; Bus Captain 2,3,4; 

Annual Typist 4. 



BILLY JOE BOLES 
"Don't gamble with your life; it is the biggest stake you 

possess . " 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3,4; Tool Ident. Contest 
3; Class Vice-President 3,4; Business Club 2,4; S.C. Rep- 
resentative 1; Debating Club 3; Boys' State Representative 
3; Marshal 3; Glee Club 4; Associate Editor of Paper 4. 

DONALD GRAY BOYLES 
"Afraid? Well, if they kill you they can't eat you. " 
F. F. A. 1; Class Vice-President 1, 2; Business Club 3,4, 
Vice-President 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club Re- 
porter 3; Baseball 1,4; Bus Driver 3,4. 

DON BOYLES 
"But what is a woman? Only one of nature's agreeable 

blunders. " 

Class President 1;S.C. Representative 4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 

Treasurer 3; Substitute Bus Driver 3,4. 

RICHARD BOOZE 
"Marriage is a romance in which the hero dies in the first 
chapter. " 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Business Club 3. 

HAROLD DEAN BROWDER 

"With a Ford I will always be happy. " 

F. F. A. 1, 2, 3; Business Club 4; Substitute Bus Driver 3,4. 

BERNICE BURROW 
"A good name is to be chosen rather than great riches, and 

loving favor rather than silver and gold. " 
Junior Varsity 1; Reporter 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Qlee Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Captain 3,4; French Club 2,4; Library Assis- 
tant 1,2,3, 

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KAY CARROLL 
"Act well your port, for there all the honor lies." 
Latin Club 1; French Club 2; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Band 
2, 3, President 2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Class Secretary 1; F. 
H. A. 1, 2; Business Club 4; All County 2,3; Softball 1,2; 
Glee Club 1,4; Girls' State Representative 3; Co-Editor of 
Annual 4; Circulation Manager of Paper 4; Senior Play 4, 

TEDDY CLANTON 

"Choose well. Your choice is brief but endless." 

F.F.A 1,2; Radio Club 2; Literary Club 3; BusinessClub3,4. 

MAX RAY COVINGTON 
"Those wedding bells are breaking up that old gang of mine. " 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Sentinel 4; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 3,4; 
Glee Club 3; Class President 2; Substitute Bus Driver 2,4; 
Business Club 4; Circulation Manager of Paper 4; Monogram 
Club 1,2,3; Bus Captain 1,2,3,4. 

LEON CRADDOCK 
"Every addition to true knowledge is an addition to human 

power . " 

F. F. A. 1, 2, 3; Business Club 3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Bus 

Captain 2,3,4. 

BILLY RAY DODSON 
"The Chevrolet is here to stay, they have blovm the Fords 

away . " 

F. F. A. 1, 2; Business Club 1,2,3; Junior Varsity 1: 4-H 

Club I. 



NORMAN FULK 

"Money will not buy happiness but it will surely buy the 

misery you want to endure the rest of your life. " 

Business Club 2,3,4; F.F.A. 1. 

JEAN WILKEY HALL 

"He who has no cross deserves no crown. " 

F. H. A. 1; Class President 1; Softball 1; Junior Varsity 1; 

Latin Club 1; S.C. Representative 2; French Club 2; Glee 

'club 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Club 3,4; Library Assistant 4; Bus 

Captain 4; Secretary-Treasurer of School Paper 4; Class 

Reporter 4; Senior Play 4. 

JO ANN HAMPTON 
"With HIM I'll always be satisfied." 
Junior Vorslty 1; 4-H Club 1,2; French Club 1; Glee Club 
1,2,3,4; Piano 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Corresponding Secre- 
tary 4; Bus Captain 3,4; S.C. Representative 4; Business 
Club 4; 1st Typing Medal 3; Annual Typist 4; Halloween 
Carnival Queen 4; Senior Play 4. 

DORIS JEAN HILL 
"Don't believe everything you hear and only half of what 

you see. " 
F.H.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,4; Literary Club 2; Class Sec- 
retary-Treasurer 2; Business Club 2,4; Senior Play 4. 

TERRY RICHARD HUTCH INS 
"The best way to keep from losing face is to keep the lower 

port of it shut." 

F.F.A. 1; S.C. Representative 2; French Club 2, President 

Literary Club 2; Debating Team 2; World Peace Speaking 

Contest 3. 

JAY LEE JOHNSON 

"Give me a Ford and an open road. " 

F.F.A. 1,4; Business Club 2,3,4; Bus Captain 3; Basketball 

3; Baseball 2. 

EVERETT KISER 

"You can judge a man by the way he treats his dog. " 

F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Business Club 2,3; Bus 

Driver 3,4; Bus Captain 2. 

LUTHER CARL LAWSON 

"Boys will be boys." 

F.F.A. 1,3,4; Bus Captain 1; Basketball 2,3,4; Monogram 

Club 3. 

KAY DIANNE LONG 
"To speak a kind word, never hurts the tongue. " 
Piano 1,2; Glee Club 1; Band 2,3; F.H.A. 1; Cheerleader 
1,2; Class Secretary-Treasurer 1, Secretary 3; S.C. Rep- 
resentative 3; Co-Editor of Annual 4; Library Club 1; Busi- 
ness Club 3, 4; Assistant Editor of School Paper 3; Senior 
Play 4. 

KAY McGEE 

"Enjoy yourself, it's later than you think. " 

4-H Club 1; F. H. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Business 

Club 2,3,4; 3rd Typing Medal 2; 1st Honor in Shorthand 3; 

S.C. Representative 3. 

RUTH NEWSOME 

"Love is the weapon used to win all battles." 

Glee Club 1; F. H. A. 1, 2; Business Club 2,4; 2nd Honor 

in Bookkeeping 3; Bus Captain 3. 



SENIOR STATISTICS 



GERALDINE "GERRY" NORTH 
"The Terrapin walks fast enough to go visiting, and I'm in 

no hurry either. " 
Band Festival 1; Class Play 2; F.H.A. 2; Class Secretary 1, 
President 4; Glee Ciob 1,2,4; Band 1,3,4; Softboll 4; Bas- 
ketball Manager 4; Substitute Bus Driver 4. 

FRANK ROBERTSON 
"Either go through with a thing or do not attempt it at all." 
F. F. A. 1, Vice-President S.C. 3; Monogram Club 2, 3; 
Junior Varsity 1; Varsity Basketball 2,3,4, Co-Captain 3; 
All -County 3; All -Northwest 3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Annual 
Staff 4; Bus Driver 3,4; Business Club 4; Boys' State Repre- 
sentative 3; Marshal 3; Senior Play 4. 

JIM ROBERTSON 
"A rolling stone gathers no moss. " 
Bus Driver 3; F.F.A. 1,2,4; Monogram Club 1,2; Baseball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Varsity 1,2; S.C. Representative 4; Busi- 
ness Club 3,4. 



Piano 1; Junior Varsity 1; Declomation Contest 1; Softball 
1; Latin Club 1; F.H.A. 1; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Monogram 
Club 2, 3; French Club 2; Class Reporter 2,3; Scorekeeper 
3; Marshal 3; Business Club 3,4; Vice-President 3, Secre- 
tary 4; S.C. Representative 4; Editor-in-Chief of Paper 4; 
Annual Typist 4. 

HAROLD TUTTLE 

"Live and let live. Hey, let me go!" 

Bus Captain 3, 4; F. F. A. 1,2,3,4; Art Editor Annual 4; 

Business Club 3. 

JOHN DAVID TUTTLE 

"V^ith my Ford I'm satisfied. " 

Class Vice-President 1; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Business Club 2,3. 

NELLIE TUTTLE 

"A still tongue makes a wise head. " 

Glee Club 1,2,3,4; F. H. A. 1; Library Club 3; 4-H Club 1; 

Business Club 4. 



BARBARA ANN SMITH 

"If stupidity is the fruit to happiness, give me on orchard." 

F. H. A. 1; Junior Varsity 1; Glee Cub 1,2,3,4; Softball 

1; Business Club 3,4. 

BARBARA SMITH 
"Even a fish wouldn't get caught if he would keep his 
mouth shut!" 
Homecoming Attendant 1;F.H.A. 1; S.C. Representative 1; 
Latin Club 1; Softball 1; Junior Varsity 1; Class Recording 
Secretary 2; Corresponding Secretary 4; French Club 2; Bus- 
iness Club 3, 4; Library Assistant 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 
Assistant Editor of School Paper 4; Senior Play 4. 

JIMMIE SMITH 

"Any fool can go to bed, but getting up takes a man. " 

F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Business Club 2,3,4; 4-H Club 1. 



RALPH VOSS 

"Every minute you are angry, you lose sixty seconds of 

happiness. " 

F.F.A. 1; Business Club 2,3; Bus Captain 3,4. 

HELEN WALL 
"The more you give and do, the more you have and are." 
May Day Attendant 1;F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, President 3, Treas- 
urer 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Junior Varsity 1; Library Assis- 
tant 3; Latin Club 1,2; Business Club 4; ClcES Treasurer 3, 
Recording Secretary 4; Chief Marshal 3; Girls' State Repre- 
sentative 3; Annual Typist 4; Senior Play 4. 

JIMMIE G. WATTS 

"Life is a jig saw puzzle with most of the pieces missing. " 

F.F.A. 1,2; S. C. Representative 3; Halloween Carnival 

King 3; Senior Play 4. 



JOHN SMITH 
"Life is only what you make it. Good or Bad. " 
F F. A. 1,2,3,4; Business Club 2; Basketball 2,3,4; Base- 
ball 2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Bus Driver 3,4. 



IRIS LEE SOUTHERN 

"Don't think of the Post, only of the Future. " 

Glee Club 1,2; 4-H Cub 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2; Junior Varsity 

1,2; Class Vice-President 2; Bus Captain 3; Business Club 4. 

GLORIA DEANNA TUTTLE 
"Now and Forever, Max. " 



RICHARD WESTMORELAND 

"1 await my future with hopeful expectation. " 

Piano 1, 2, 3; Recital Winner I; Latin Club 1,2; Basketball 

1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; F.F.A. 1; S.C. Representative 2, 

3; Class President 2; Monogram Club 2,3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 

3,4; Baseball 1; Senior Play 4. 

BONNIE RUTH WILSON 

"A Mistake at least proves that somebody stopped long 

enough to do something." 

F. H. A. 1; Softball 1; 4-H Club 1; Library Assistant 2; Bus 

Captain 3j 4; Business Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Glee Club 1, 

2,3,4. 




MARSHALS 



First Row: Helen Wall, Chief—Billy Joe Boles 
Second Row: Frank Robertson, Gloria Tuttle, Rex Baker 



Senior Superlatives 




MOST INTELLECTUAL 
Helen Wall-Billy Joe Boles 



Senior 




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BEST ALL AROUND 
Kay Long-Donald Boyles 



Superlatives 



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Barbara Smith-Billy Dodson 



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Gloria Tuttle-Max Covington 



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MOST ATHLETIC 
Kay Carroll-Frank Robertson 



KING PROPHECY OF THE CLASS OF 1956 

TIME: 1999. 

PLACE: Outskirts of the Planet Earth. 

Well, here we are in the Atomic Age with all its rocket ships, push button gad- 
gets and supersonic egg-beaters. We have come a long way since that day in May when , 
we were graduated from dear old King High, and it seems like only yesterday that I 
joined the staff at the New York Times. I'm so glad we thought of the idea of having 
our class reunion at this quiet out-of-the-way park, on the outskirts of the planet 
Earth. 

It has been such a long time since graduation. Just think! 1956, and here it is 1999. It 
seems like a century, doesn't it? I'm glad I thought of having our classmates wear their original 
class day clothes of 1956. Hope we don't look too funny. I certainly had a hard time, as sponsor 
of this reunion, getting everyone notified. 

Yes, I called Johnson's Hot Rod Rocket Ship Garage, owned and operated by Jay Lee John- 
son, about six times. Answering the latest and most modern telephone, the telotalk, invented by 
Terry Hutchins who is also an expert on rockets. 

Let's rake a walk around the park and see who's here. Look over there seated on the sof-o- 
comfort, is Shelby "Pixie" Bennett, designer of those adorable Pixie Space Hats. And isn't that 
Doris Hill and Shelby Jean Bennett, v/ell known originators of that famous perfume, Sue-Nan? 
Let's walk on and see who else has arrived. Say, here comes a rocket now; let's see who gets off. 
Oh! here comes Ruth Newsome, famous interior decorator and her staff , Nellie Tuttle, fsersonal 
secretary, and Kay McGee, stamp-licker. 

What's this? A red, yellow and green rocket is just stopping. Who do you suppose could be 
inside? It must be a ship of dignataries. Well, I was right! Walking down the long red carpet is 
Royce Flynt, ping-pong champion of Pluto; Mix Covington, well known Billionaire Texas oil man 
and his wife; and stepping off last is Billy Dodson, Public Accountant of the Baker First National 
Bank, established by and under the capable direction of Rex Levi Baker. 

Wow, this food is delicious! I see on the menu that it was prepared under the supervision of 
Bemice Burrow, who is owner of the famous Moulin Rouge Restaurant. 

1 see appearing on the program are Jean Hall and Barbara Ann Smith, singing that popular 
ballad, "The Man Winked and the Elevator Girl Took Him Up. "Also on the program I see that Kay 
Carroll is doing a tap number to "Shake, Honey Love, Baby. " As vocal talent we will hear JoAnn 
Hampton, singing, "It Takes Two To Shag," accompanying herself on the harp. 

After JoAnn's song, comes some informal talks by Frank Robertson, Laine Ferguson, Ralph 
Voss, Richard Booze, Luke Lav/son, and Teddy Clanton who recently were voted All-Universe 
while playing in the Soup Bowl. 

Across the table, isn't that Harold "Pine-Cone" Browder, famous forest ranger, and Barbara 
Smith recently crowned Miss Venus, and Bonnie "Speedy" Wilson, Shorthand expert at Gregg Un- 
iversity and John "Punchy" Tuttle, outstanding boxer, enjoying each others company. 

Is there a doctor here? Look who.'s getting up from his seat. Dr. Richard G. Westmoreland 
and his capable assistant, Jim Robertson, who helped to revive Leon Craddock, who had finally 
passed out from exhaustion from being too friendly (4 HOURS LATER). 

Listening attentively are Kay Long and her four sons. Now that her boys are in college, Kay 
has taken the place of Dinah Shore on the show, "Beneath the Crust of an Old Apple Pie, " 
directed by Everett Kiser, the great composer. 

It's getting late and my pilot, Jimmy Watts, and Co-Pilot, Blaine Ferguson, are in a rush to 
get back home to their wives and lovely children. 

Let's take one more look around the dance floor. There's John Smith and Wayne Edwards, 
outstanding magnetic tooth pick designers who seem to be getting more souvenirs of the class re- 
union. 

I see that Billy Jo "Cat" Boles and Duck "Cool" Boyles are already packing up their ii«tru— 
ments. They are owners of the Cool Cat's Band on the planet Mars with their number one bag pipe 
player, Jimmy Beasley, and piano player, Norman Fulk. 

And over there in the corner is the Nationally known designer of the Duflake Modern 
Homes, Harold Tuttle. 

And sitting over there is that talked about Helen Wall, Dean of Women of Planet University 
and three of her teachers, Geraldine North, Science Teacher; Phyllis Asbury, Voice Teacher; and 
Iris Southern, Bosketball Coach. 

Over there is Jimmy Smith and his wife who own and operate an extensive lemon ranch. 
Their yearly income is over twenty thousand dollars. They sell the lemon seeds to Jimmy East who 
manufactures Lemon Space Drops. 

They're motioning for me to hurry and all good things must come to an end, so I suppose I 
had better get back to New York, and resume my responsibilities as editor of our publications. 
These editorials don't write themselves, you know! 

GLORIA TUTTLE 
Class Prophet 





CLASS HISTORY 

Sixty four boys and girls enjoyed the summer of 1952 and looked forword to the open- 
ing of school in the fail. They were looking forward to being the first freshmen in the new 
high school building. 

Opening day arrived, and the boys and girls assembled in the auditorium for the usual routine of opening day. Mr. 
Lindier and Mr. Underwood were the homeroom teachers for these freshmen. Officers in Mr. Underwood's room were: Presi- 
dent, Donald Boyles; Vice-President, John Tuttle; Secretary-Treasurer, Kay Long; Reporter, Bernice Burrow; Student Council 
Representatives, Lindsay Robertson and Barbara Smith. Officers for Mr. Lindler's room were: President, Jean Wilkey, Vice- 
President, "Duck" Boyles; Secretary-Treasurer, Kay Carroll; Student Council Representatives, Billy Joe Boles and /.nn Spain- 
hour. 

This year the school had a talent show, and the ones that presented the "Manless Wedding" from Mr. Underwood's room 
were very happy to win first prize. 

Carolyn, a student from Mr. Underwood's room, was crowned Halloween Queen. 

Helen Wall and Ann Spxiinhour were contestants in the May Day Queen's Court. 

This year we were given nice parties, but the one we will remember most is the nice Christmas party we had at Mr. 
Underwood's home. 

We were glad to have some of our students to make the Varsity Team this year. We also had some to make the Junior 
Varsity. 

We all enjoyed the happy days of our freshman year, and after another summer of vacation we returned to start our 
sophomore year. 

There were fifty-seven students to start out our sophomore year. We were sorry to learp we had lost seven pupils. Our 
teachers were: Mr. Odell Neal and Mr. Mitchell Fowler. The officers for Mr. Neal 's room were: President, Richard V/est - 
moreland; Vice-President, Donald Boyles; Secretary-Treasurer, Doris Hill; Student Council Representatives, Jean V/ilkey and 
Richard WestmorelarKd; Terry Hutchins and Betty Fay Kirby. 

Fifty-four of these girls and boys passed from the sophomore year into their junior year. Again this year we were divided 
into two classes. 

Mrs. Patterson and Mr. Mills were our teachers. Officers for this year were: President, Rex Baker; Vice-President, 
Billy Joe Boles; Secretary, Kay Long; Treasurer, Helen Wall; Reporter, Ann Spainhour; Student Council Representatives, 
Richard Westmoreland and Kay Long. We were also pleased to have Frank Robertson as Vice-President of the Student Council, 

There were eleven of our boys on the Varsity Team, and we were very proud of them. 

Grade-parents elected were: Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Westmoreland; and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Long. They gave us a real 
nice picnic, which we enjoyed very much, at Reynolds Park. 

We'll never forget our trip to Raleigh when we went to see the "Ice Capades." Our grade-parents, Mrs. Patterson and 
Mr. Mills went with us. 

We worked hard in order to hove a nice Halloween Carnival this year, and we were highly pleased with the m-jney we* 
made. 

After we made this money, we all looked forward to our Junior-Senior Banquet which was held at the Robert E. Lee 
Hotel on April 29, 1955. Everyone there looked nice, and we enjoyed the food and entertainment. 

At Class Night during Commencement, we carried wands. Many of our Juniors sang at the Baccalaureate Sermon with 
the Glee Club. 

Marshals for commencement were: Helen Wall, Chief; Billy Joe Boles, Rex Baker, Frank Robertson, and Gloria Tuttle. 
Girls elected for Girls' State were: Helen Wail and Kay Carroll. The Boys were: Billy Joe Boles and Frank Robertson. 

At lost our final year which we have all been looking forward to arrived. 

Fifty-one boys and girls entered this year with Mrs. Patterson and Mr. Lawson as our teachers. After we settled down 
we elected our officers, and they are as follows: President, Billy Joe Boles; Recording Secretary, Helen Wall; Corresponding 
Secretary, Barbara Smith; Treasurer, Shelby Ann Bennett; Reporter, Jean Hall. Our annual staff was: Co-Editors, Kay Long 
and Kay Carroll; Business Manager, Laine Ferguson; Sports Editor, Frank Robertson; Circulation Manager, Wayne Edwards; 
Art Editor, Harold Tuttle. Editor of the newspaper, "King High Lights," was Gloria Tuttle. And our Student Council Repre- 
sentatives were: James Robertson and Jo Ann Hampton; Donald Boyles and Gloria Tuttle. 

October 11th was a very happy one for us because this was the day when we received our class rings. You should have 
seen our faces light up! 

We were happy this year to have Jo Ann Hampton and Luke Lawson to represent the Senior Class as King and Queen of 
the Halloween Carnival. Jo Ann was elected Queen of the Carnival and Luke came in second for the King. 

After satisfactorily completing mid-term examinations, we turned our efforts toward the Senior Play. Under the direc- 
tion of Mrs. Patterson, we successfully presented a three-act play entitled "The Boarding-House Reach," a comedy involving 
mass hilarity. 

Grade-parents elected were: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boyles and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Tuttle. 

As Historian, I sincerely hope that each classmate has a prosperous future and will live in such a way that this life will 
be a tribute to our Alma Mater. 

BERNICE BURROW 
Class Historian 



LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 




We, the graduating class of King High School, being of abnormal minds and physi- 
cal bodies, who think we are the most important graduating class that ever journeyed into 
the world, do hereby make, publish, and declare this to be our LAST WILL AND TESTA- 
MENT in order to pass on our cherished and worthless possessions to anyone worthy of 
them. 

To our principal, Mr. C. M. Felts, and all members of the faculty, we leave our sincere appreciation and gratitude 
for their guidance and instructions during our years at King High School. 

To The Juniors: Shelby A. Bennett wills her moody disposition to Thelma Dodson. 

Jean W. Hall wills her ability to get married and come to school to Ann Smith. 

Barbara Smith wills her mirror in the bathroom to Betty Gay Shore so she can earn her Superlative, "Best Looking." 

Kay Carroll wills her Superlative, "Most Athletic," to Bonnie Robertson. 

Kay Long wills to Betty Jo Wall, "Co-Editor" of the annual, and to Gayle Belcher her Superlative, "Best All Around." 

Wayne Edwards wills his ability to talk to the girls, especially to freshmen, to Lanis Tuttle. 

Teddy Clanton wills his ability to uphold the Chevrolet to Bobby Middleton. 

Shelby Jean Bennett wills her ability to bum chewing gum to Betty Mabe. 

Doris Jean Hill wills her battered notebook to Barbara Watts and her ability to laugh to Shirley Thomas. 

Harold Browder wills his ability to like and drive a Ford to Kenneth Burrow. 

Kay McGee wills her brunette hair rinse to Peggy Jo Roberts. 

Helen Wall wills her Superlative, "Most Intellectual," to Libba Booe. 

Jo Ann Hampton wills her ability to sing to Myra Boyles. 

Gloria Tuttle wills her Superlative, "Best Dressed," to Libba Booe. 

Jimmy Gray Watts wills his ability to argue with Carolyn Jones on the bus to Don Smith. 

Ralph Voss wills his ability to uphold the Ford to Billy Smith. 

Billy Joe Boles wills his position as Mr. Furches' handyman to Keith Smith and his Superlative, "Most Intellectual," 
to Bobby Law. 

Norman Fulk wills his ability and courage to ride around those mountains to Fred Kapp. 

Ruth Newsom wills her ability to sit with a group of girls in first period study hall and talk to Peggy Hunter. 

Laine Ferguson wills his ability to stay out late to Lanis Tuttle. 

Max Covington wills his Superlative, "Best Dressed," to Don Lewis. 

Jay Lee Johnson and Luke Lawson will their ability to get into trouble to Harold Holder and John Baker. 

Rex Baker wills his ability to tell big tales in the smoking room to Lanis Tuttle, and his seat on the bus to Kenneth Bur- 
row. 

Barbara Ann Smith wills her ability to sing with the Senior Trio to Betty Smith. 

Iris Southern wills her battered notebook with all its papers to Frances Southern. 

Bernice Burrow wills her ability to sleep, eat, and talk in class and get by with it to Carolyn Jones. 

Jimmy Smith wills his teeth to William Bennett. 

Phyllis Asburywil's her Bookkeeping book to Martha Jane Coe. 

Everett Kiser wills his ability to loaf in Study Hall to Kenneth Burrow. 

Billy Dodson wills his ability to uphold the Chevrolet to John Baker and his Superlative, "Best Looking, " to Billy Smith. 

Richard Westmoreland will her Superlative, "Most Likely to Succeed," to Paul Norman. 

Richard Booze wills his ability to uphold his place on the Volley Ball Court to Fred Kapp. 

Blaine Ferguson wills his ability to pass Biology to Keith Smith. 

"Duck" Boyles wills his Superlative, "Best All Around," to John Baker. 

Nellie Tuttle wills her Economics book to Rachel Bennett. 

Leon Craddock wills to Harold Holder his ability to aggravate Mrs. Patterson and still stay in class. 

Bonnie Wilson wills her seat in Glee Club to Mary Ann Gibson and her ability to be bus captain on No. 15 to Olene 
Rierson. 

Jim Robertson wills his baseball suit. No. 7, to John Baker. 

John David Tuttle wills his ability to skip school to Paul Norman. 

Geraldine North wills to Priscilla New her Superlative, "Most Likely To Succeed. " 

Don Boyles wills his ability to get speeding tickets to Keith Smith. 

Harold Tuttle wills his ability to get around without a license to Lanis Tuttle. 

Royce Flynt does, hereby, in the presence of Barbara Ann Smith and Gloria Tuttle, will his seat on No. 15 to Don 
Smith. 

Jimmy Beasley wills his ability to get other people into trouble to Fred Kapp. 

John Smith wills to Lanis Tuttle his ability to haul the girls around. 

Jimmy East wills to William Bennett his ability to stay out of school. 

Terry Hutchins, being of sound mind and body, did away with everything he had before he left. 

Frank Roberson will his Superlative, "Most Athletic", to John Baker. 

We, the Class of 1956, hope you will cherish this Last Will and Testament and use it to the best advantage. 

WITNESSES: BARBARA ANN SMITH 

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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

JOHN BAKER President 

RAE SMITH Vice-President 

BETTY SMITH Secretary 

DON LEWIS Treasurer 

MYRA BOYLES Reporter 



JOHN BAKER 
GAYLE BELCHER 
RACHEL BENNETT 



WILLIAM BENNETT 
FAYE BINKLEY 
MAE BINKLEY 




ELIZABETH BOOE 
MYRA BOYLES 
KENNETH BURROW 
MARTHA JANE COE 



JEAN COVINGTON 
JEANETTE COVINGTON 
PHYLLIS DAVIS 
KATHLEEN DODSON 




Class of 1957 




THELMA DODSON 
LORAINE FALKENBERRY 
MARY ANN GIBSON 
HAROLD HOLDER 



PEGGY HUNTER 
WAYNE HUNTER 
CAROLYN JONES 
FRED KAPP 



BOBBY LAW 
DON LEWIS 
AVOLENE MABE 
BETTY MABE 





BOBBY MIDDLETON 
PRISCILLA NEW 
PAUL NORMAN 
OLENE RIERSON 




PEGGY ROBERTS 
BONNIE ROBERTSON 
BETTY SHORE 
ANN SMITH MOSER 



Class of 1957 



BETTY SMITH 
BILLY SMITH 
DON SMITH 
RAE SMITH 



KEITH SMITH 
FRANCES SOUTHERN 
SHIRLEY THOMAS 
DELLA TUCKER 



LANIS TUTTLE 
BETTY JO WALL 
BARBARA WATTS 
PATSY WHITE 











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HAROLD BAKER 
JACK BARR 
MARGARET BENNETT 
MAX BENNETT 
SYLVIA BENNETT 



ARLIE FAYE BOYLES 
SHELBY BOYLES 
LINDA CALLOWAY 
JANE CAUDLE 
BOBBY COVINGTON 



Class of 1958 



NANCY CREWS 
LARRY EPPERSON 
JUNE FULK 
LORENE GORDON 
LINDA HALL 



CARLOS HOLDER 
BOBBY HENDRIX 
BENNY JOHNSON 
MARY E. JONES 
RITA JONES 



GREGORY KIRBY 

ODELL LANKFORD 
BARBARA LAWSON 
LENWOOD LAWSON 
LINDA LAWSON 




MAXINE LAWSON 
RUBY LOVE 
JEANETTE LYNCH 
AVOLENE MARSHALL 
VIRGINIA MOOREFIELD 



BARBARA NANCE 
BILLY NEWSOM 
LINDA NEWSOM 
LOUIS NEWSOM 
PATSY NEWSOM 




Class of 1958 




FRANCES K. RUMLEY 
DON SIZEMORE 
WINONA SIZEMORE 
ROBERT SLATE 
MINNIE RUTH SMITH 



PATSY SMITH 
JANICE SMOOT 
EDDIE SNIDER 
BOBBY SOUTHERN 
KELLY SPAINHOUR 



DAPHNE TUTTLE 
JANE TUTTLE 
JAMES WALSH 
DONNIE WARREN 
ROBERT WESTMORELAND 





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FRANK BADGETT 
GERALDINE BELCHER 
PATSY BINKLEY 
DONALD BOLES 
DALE BOYLES 



JULIA BOYLES 
LOUISE BOYLES 
BRENDA BROWDER 
ANN BROWN 
BILLY CAIN 



CAROLYN CALLOWAY 
NANCY CALLOWAY 
LEWIS CARROLL 
RUTH CARROLL 
PATSY CARROLL 



ALONZO COX 
LOUVENIACOX 
TEDDY COX 
PEGGY CREWS 
MARVIN DENNY 



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MILDRED DODSON 
GERALDINE DUGGINS 
BETTY DUKE 
BILLY ESSIC 
LINDA FLYNT 



ANNA LEE FULK 
MATTHEW FULK 
MARIE GIBSON 
ESTHER GOFF 
KAY HALL 



BAILEY JOE HILL 
SAMMY HILL 
JACKIE HUNTER 
TOMMY HUTCHJNS 
DONALD KISER 




TED LAWSON 
MIKE LOGGINS 
BILLY LONG 
HARVEY MABE 
DONALD MARSHALL 



PHYLLIS McGEE 

FRANCES Mcknight 

BECKY MIDDLETON 
NETTIE MAE MOON 
JERRY MOSER 



BERTHA NEWSOM 
EDDIE NEWSOM 
TONY NEWSOM 
"CHUBBY" NUNN 
BETTY PALMER 



SANDRA PAINTER 
LINDA ROBBINS 
LARRY ROBERTSON 
WAYNE SEARCY 
PEGGY SIMMONS 




Class of 1959 




HORACE SLATE 
DARELL SMITH 
WAYNE SMITH 
SAVANNAH SOUTHERN 
WAYNE SOUTHERN 



JOEL TEDDER 
JOE VOSS 
FRANKLIN WATTS 
WILBUR WEAVER 
NANCY WESTMORELAND 



NANCY WHITE 
BETTY WILSON 
JOAN WOLFF 



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DON LEWIS 
Vice-President 



PRISCILLA NEW 
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FAYE BINKLEY 
Corresponding Secretary 



LINDA LAWSON 
Treasurer 



OFFICERS 



STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES 




Pat Newsome, Priscilla New, John Baker, Betty Jo Wall, Linda Lawson, Faye Binkley, Mildred 
Dodson, Pat Smith, Frances Kay Rumley, Jo Ann Hampton, Mae Binkley, James Walsh, Max Ben- 
nett, Don Lewis, Larry Robertson, Jirn Robertson, Don Boyles, Gloria Tuttle. 



JAMES UNDERWOOD 
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NEWSPAPER STAFF 

Front Row: Billy J. Boles, Assistant Editor; Gloria Tuttle, 
Editor; Barbara Smith, Assistant Editor. Second Row: Kay 
Long and "Duck" Boyles, Sports Editors; Max Covington 
and Kay Carrol I , Circulation Managers;Jean Hall, Secre- 
tary and Treasurer; Mr. Lawson, Advisor. 



BUSINESS CLUB OFFICERS 

BONNIE WILSON Treasurer 

GLORIA TUTTLE Secretary 

DONALD BOYLES Vice-President 

BETTY JO WALL President 

MR. LAWSON Advisor 



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Seated: Thelma Dodson, Vice-President; Myra Boyies, President; Betty 
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retary. Standing: Daphne Tuttle, Song Leader; Helen Wall, Treasurer; 
Nancy Westmoreland, Pianist; Mrs. Haynes, Advisor; Mae Binkley, 
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First Row: Laine Ferguson, Frank Robertson, Second Row: John Smith, Everette Kiser, Third 
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Front Row: She I by Boyles, "Libba" Booe, "Becky" Middleton, Bonnie Robertson, Pat White, Myra Boyles, Pat 
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MARRY ETTA GENTRY 
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SECOND GRADE 

JESSIE GARNER 
ALMA BARR 
MARGARET WHITT 



THIRD GRADE 

THELMA SHORE 
(not Pictured) 
ELLIE BOYLES 



FOURTH GRADE 

MARY GILFREY 
JESSIE V. CARSON 
DORIS McCLANAHAN 



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FRANCES TAYLOR 
ETHEL MOORE 
EDNA EARL CRADDOCK 
LIDA HUTCHINS 




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SEVENTH GRADE 

ROBER COVINGTON 
FRANCES KISER 



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IRENE BRANDON 




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Congratulations 
From the Owners and Employees 
of the 

KING DRIVE-IN THEATRE 

Our Business is your Pleasure 
P. G. McGee H. A. Hendrix 



W. 0. HENDRIX #4 

Meat and Produce 
Phone YU-3-8965 King, N. C 



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WALL&RIERSONESSOSER. 

Fisk Tires and Atlas Batteries 
Wheel Alignment and Balancing 

Phone YU-3-8891 King, N. C. 



For the Best in Movie Entertainment 

Visit Deb's at the 

The First Run Drive-In 

EAST BEND DRIVE-IN 

East Bend, North Carolina 



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We Build the Best-For the Best 
Phone YU-3-5175 King, N. C, 



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Compliments of 

DIXIE RESTAURANT & 
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The Home of Cinemascope 

WINSTON-SALEM DRIVE-IN 
THEATRE 

Your Home Owned Drive-ln 

No. Cherry St. Ext. 

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WESTERN AUTO 
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Groceries-Fresh Meats 
Frozen Foods, Feeds and Seeds 

Phone YU-3-8590 King, N. C, 



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ESTHER'S BEAUTY SHOP 
PRUITT'S BARBER SHOP 

King, North Carolina 






Visit The 

FRIENDLY BEAUTY SHOPPE 

V\rs. C. H. Trawick, Owner 

Mrs. Roy S. Barr, Operator 

Mrs. Rex Smith, Operator 

King Drug Building 

King, North Carolina 






L M. LONG 

Jeweler and Watch Maker 
King, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

GORDON'S HARDWARE 

Everything for the Farmer 
Phone YU-3-8595 King, N. C. 



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HERMAN'S CLOTHING 



Home Owned and Operated 
King, North Carolina 

Clothing for Dad and Lad 









KING DRUG CO. 



King, North Carolina 

Prescriptions a Specialty 

"Shop Here and Save" 

Phone YU 3-9285 



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Grease Jobs-Oil Change 
Tires-Tubes and Batteries 
Phone YU-3-8315 King, N. 



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J. V. STANLEY & SONS 

Groceries and Produce 
Route 52 Phone WO 9-4587 

Stanleyville, North Carolina 



PAUL TUTTLE SERVICE 
STATION 



Esso Gas and Oil 

Road King Tires and Tubes 

Route 1 King, N, C. 






PFAFF'S INC. 



Paints-Glass-Wallpaper 

North Main Street 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 






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WALL DRY CLEANERS INC. 

Phone WO 9-3385 
Rural Hall, North Carolina 






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"The House That Price and Quality 
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Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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Groceries-Meats- Dry Goods-Feed 
FJour-Fertilizers-Country Produce 

Phone nF021 Pinnacle, N. C. 



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SALEM PAPER CO. 



Quality Paper 
Box 5155 
Winston-Salem, N. C, 



BOCOCK-STROUD CO. 



Sporting Goods 
Dependable for 33 Years 

Phone 4-2421 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 






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Our Very Best Wishes for the Graduating Class 

We Welcome Your Account 
Checking Savings 

STATE PLANTERS BANK 



King, N. C. Walnut Cove, N. C, 

Member of 
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 






WALL & DAVIS PONTIACCO. 



Sales-Service 



GMC Trucks 



Pontiac 



Phone 204 
Pilot Mountain, N. C. 



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FRANK A.STITH 

Headquarters for Clothing 

of Distinction 

For Men and Boys 



KING FUEL OIL SUPPLY CO. 

Wholesale Dealer-Esso Products 

Call YU 3-5685 King, N. C. 

Printed Metered Service 

Fuel For Home and Farm 

H. P. Patterson E. R. Smith 

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Charles Baker 




We please to serve and serve to please 



TINY DINY RESTAURANT AND DAIRIO 



King, North Carolina 
Phone YU 3-9305 



Compliments of 

GEORGE'S PLACE 

Travelers Gasoline-General Repair 

Located on Highway 52 

Phone YU 3-8775 






Compliments of 

KING FURNITURE CO. 

Complete Home Furnishings 
Phone YU 3-8682 King, N. C, 



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Paint, Hardware, Appliances 

Maytag-Westinghouse 

Phone Yukon 38935, King, N. C. 

Phone ll-FO-12, Pinnacle, N.C 



STOKES MOTOR CO. 

Chevrolet Sales and Service 

Good Used Cars 

King, North Carolina 

Phone YU 3-8565 



Compliments of 

SLATE FURNITURE CO. 



Located in Stanleyville 

Dealers of 

RCA & Kelvinator Applainces 

Fine Furniture 

Phone WO 9-3500 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 







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Standard-PortabI e-E I ectric 

Carolina Business Machines Co, 

616 W. Fourth St. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Sales-Service- Rentals 



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Flowers for all Occasions 

Cut Flowers-Corsages-Potted Plants 

Weddings-Decorations-Funeral Designs 

Phone YU-3-8535 King, N. C. 







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Rings- Invitations-Trophies-Medals 

Indianapolis^ Indiana 

E. W. Paddison, Representative 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 






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Emergency Service-Esso Service 

Lubrication-Battery Service 

Tire, Wheel Balancing 

U. S. Route 52 Phone WO-9-4453 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

SLATE LUMBER CO. 

Phone YU-3-8765 King, N. C, 











Compliments of 



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FRAtSIK ROBERTSON 
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V/AYNE EDWARDS 
Circulation Manager 






LAINE FERGUSON -■ 
Advertising Manager-. 



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Art Editor; ■ 




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Seated, left to right: Jo Ann Hampton,- Royce Flynt, Gloria Tuttle, Kay Long, Kay Carroll, Wayne 
Edwards, Laine Ferguson, Helen Wall .Standing: Blaine Ferguson', Harold Tuttle, Frank i^oberson. 
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FARMERS, DIXIE & LIBERTY 
WAREHOUSES 



Joe Pell 
Floyd Joyce 



Bill Sheets 
Moss Joyner 



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Home of Better Values 



Winston-Salem Department Store 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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C. W. MYERS TRADING POST 

1044 N. Liberty Street 
Don't buy, build, sell, or trade a 
house until you get our proposition 
If we cannot save you money we 
don't want your business. Houses 
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Where Good Food is Better 

"Meet Me at Libby's" 

Sandwiches-Drinks 






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Compliments of 

COMMERCIAL & 
FARMERS BANK 

Phone 9-2015 Rural Hall, 

O. L. Keiger, President & Cashier 

Cameron R. Payne, Vice President 

R. N. Gentry, Assistant Cashier 
Member of FDIC 

Assets over 2 1/2 Million Dollars 



Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. 

Nationwide Life Insurance Co. 

Columbus 16, Ohio 

RUPERT HALL 

Friendly Insurance Service 
Phone YU-3-8935 King, N. C, 
Res. Walnut Cove 3632 












JOE COVINGTON 
SERVICE STATION 

Esso Gas and Oil 

Firestone Tires and Tubes 

Willard Batteries-Groceries 



Route 1 



King, N. C. 



Compliments of 

S & K POULTRY 

Customer Work on Wednesday 

Phone YU-3-5585-YU-3-5256 

King, North Carolina 






WARRENS DRUG STORE 

Only the Best 

A Complete Drug Store 

We Fill emy Doctors Prescriptions 

Phone WO-9-2965 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 










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KING MEAT MARKET 



Phone YU 3-8515 
King, North Carolina 

"Cooler" and Bill Law. 



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STULTZ AND OGBURN 
RESTAURANT 

Sandwiches and Plate Lunches 

Private Dining Room 

Open on Sunday's to the Public 

For Private Parties Call 

worth 9-4611 






PARKER AUTO PARTS CO. 



Auto Parts and Accessories 
Phone 4-7461 530 Waughtown St, 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 






S & S MOTORS 




Teleph 


Dne YU 3-8315 or YU 3- 


-8753 




Klng, North Carolina 




Bob Smith John Spainhour | 
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SHORE MERCHANTILE COMPANY 

Dry Goods- NoHons- Ladies and Men's 

Ready to Wear-Furnishings-Overalls and 

Work Shirts-Complete Department of 

Furniture-Floor Covering, Appliances 

and Television — Complete Baby Department 

Phone YU 3-8718 King, North Carolina 



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Compliments of 

JOHNSON'S HATCHERY 

U. S. Approved Pullorum — Cleaned Chicks 
Phone YU 3-8261 King, North Carolina 






KING GUANO COMPANY 



ROBERTSON'S 

PRIDDY'S 

ROYSTERS 



MORRIS 
BAUGH'S 
V. C. 



These Fertilizers for Sale at all Times 

Chilton Tobacco Curers-Tobacco Barn 

Flue Pipe 

Owners 

J. W. Gentry Bob Westmoreland 

Phone YU 3-8865 King, North Carolina 






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333 INDIANA AVENUE 
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. 



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